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Hunger for Justice

Today while reading Matthew 5 with a very grumbly tummy and feeling a bit light-headed, the Lord put some new emphasis on a few words in this verse:
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness (justice), for they will be filled.” [More…]

Oh, that picture

Okay - so, about the picture in the upper right corner. [More…]

Vehicles - Who needs’em?

When we made our first trip to Kansas City in my 1993 Isuzu Trooper pulling a trailer with our kids beds, my brake light came on (on the dash board). [More…]

Redeem the Tithe

In case you didn’t hear the crazy testimony of the Lord’s goodness and faithfulness to speak clearly and provide precisely for our trip to Kansas City for the three month internship that we are currently in the first week of (at the time of this writing) I’ll post more about that later. [More…]

Burn the Bridges, part 1

Last November I was asked by the company which employed me as a Systems Analyst/Developer (computer programmer) to go and work in a tire factory for an indefinite period of time. [More…]

Burn the Bridges, part 2

Much to my bride’s surprise, I agreed to go to a conference in Kansas City in early March 2007…
We have a lot of very dear friends in Kansas City serving at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) as intercessory missionaries - some since before the actual IHOP prayer room was even going. [More…]

Colors and Melodies

When I was about 8 years old I had a dream. [More…]

Our Purpose

The call of the Lord on Robin for prayer and intercession is strong, and her prophetic giftings and pastoral heart are intense. [More…]

“May Day” part 1

Robin and I felt like the Lord was asking us to go to an internship in Kansas City at the International House of Prayer (IHOP), but we weren’t positive (read this post about “Hearing God”). [More…]

“May Day” part 2

[continued from “May Day” part 1] 
They wanted to pay for the entire trip to Kansas City. [More…]

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